Museums Free-For-All this Saturday

In Southern California, an annual event opens the doors of over 30 museums for free, allowing everyone to explore a wide range of cultural, scientific, and artistic treasures. The event, known as Museums Free-For-All, is set for Saturday, March 23. It's a fantastic chance for locals and visitors to discover the region's museums without the cost of admission.

A Day to Explore and Learn

Organized by SoCal Museums, Museums Free-For-All showcases the diverse museum offerings across Southern California. From the modern Academy Museum of Motion Pictures to the historical Autry Museum of the American West, there's a museum for every interest. Whether you're into art at The Broad, science at the California Science Center, or nature at the California Botanic Garden, this day has something for everyone.

Making the Most of Your Visit

Admission is free, but some museums may ask for advanced reservations or still charge for special exhibitions. It's a good idea to visit the museum's website beforehand to check their policy and see if there's a special exhibit you'd like to see. Participating museums include the Getty Center, LACMA, and the Skirball Cultural Center, each offering unique experiences.

Museums Participating

This year's Museums Free-For-All includes a variety of institutions:

For more details and a full list of museums, visit SoCal Museums' official website.

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